This Cat Deserves An Oscar For Her Ability To Express So Many Emotions
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This Cat Deserves An Oscar For Her Ability To Express So Many Emotions

  • By Hashir
  • 4 months ago
  • 5 minutes read

Humans experience a variety of emotions. They display each one according to the situation. But how do they display these emotions? Well, they display these with different physical gestures paired with facial expressions. A long face represents a sad person and smiling is associated with feelings of happiness. On the other hand, smiling while crying can have two meanings, for example, a person is either extremely happy or he/she is absolutely devastated inside. This type of complicated gesture is often distinguished by verbal communication. This is one of the greatest features of human beings that differentiates them from all the other species.

It’s worth noting that humans aren’t the only ones who feel emotions; animals feel them too. However, they don’t feel all the emotions that humans feel, but, they do experience some basic¬†emotions, like happiness, grief, anger and embarrassment etc. They have their own distinct way of expressing them. But not all animals are capable of doing so with relevant facial expression unlike this cat from China. Nana is a British Shorthair cat who’s very popular among the Chinese social media platforms for her incredible talent of expressing so many emotions. She definitely deserves an Oscar for her incredible expressions. Scroll down to see.

¬†Attentively listening to whatever’s being told.

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That’s a bored cat’s face.

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She definitely saw something she wasn’t expecting.

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The cat was caught red-handed hiding the evidence at a crime scene.

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Probably spotted a potential prey.

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That’s a happy kitty!

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Oh my my! Look at that cute face.

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Cat mourning the loss of her favorite treat. *NOOO*

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Aww, somebody is sad. This cat looks like the Pablo Escobar meme.

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When you accidentally open the front camera and see your double chin.

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The catto is not impressed.

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Looking at food with longing eyes.

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When you see the waiter coming towards your table with food.

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The food is FINALLY being served.

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Oh, honey, I see the whole universe in your eyes.

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The face a cat makes after she has messed up.

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Cats are so dramatic! They certainly know how to get their way. Sometimes, they would purr and other times you will hear a high pitched meow. The funny thing is that a cat owner completely understands the hidden meaning behind each one of their cat’s meow. Maybe that’s called true love, as they say, love has no language. In reality, love itself is a language. Love exists in many forms. Sometimes, in the form of a bond a mother shares with her child, a husband shares with his wife, siblings share with each other and of course human shares with its beloved pets.

Just woke up from an unexpected nap.

Credits: Nana

That face a cat makes that helps them get away with anything.

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A closer look at the Pablo Escobar face.

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She’s definitely stalking someone.

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Woke up and it’s Monday…

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“Hello, hooman! It’s time to feed me.”

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“You disgust me sometimes, hooman. I am not happy.”

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Expressing some sad feelings…

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Angry but cute.

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*Screams dramatically*

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Scared kitty.

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Seems to be watching a horror movie.

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Cat making her usual judgemental face.

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Trying to act cute just to fool her human.

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“Please, hooman. Please! Pretty please.”

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“Hooman, come closer. I wanna tell you a secret.”

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“Oh-oh! Looks like I’m in trouble!”

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“K. Bye, hooman!”

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This cat is pawsome! What do you guys think of Nana? Let us know in the comments below and don’t forget to share this with other cat owners to see if they can relate.

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